Grover Cleveland

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Noun1.Grover Cleveland - 22nd and 24th President of the United States (1837-1908)Grover Cleveland - 22nd and 24th President of the United States (1837-1908)
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1886: The Statue of Liberty Enlightening The World - to give it its full name - was dedicated by President Grover Cleveland as a monument to democracy.
President Grover Cleveland, invoking the Sherman Antitrust Act for the first time against labor, called in federal troops, leading to clashes and casualties.
Army scout and led a delegation to Washington to present a petition to President Grover Cleveland in a vain attempt stop the deportation of Apaches to Florida.
In 1886, the Statue of Liberty, a gift from the people of France, was dedicated in New York Harbor by President Grover Cleveland.
In 1918 he married Esther Cleveland, daughter of American President Grover Cleveland.
Democratic President Grover Cleveland won a larger share of the popular vote than Benjamin Harrison in 1888, but he lost his home state of New York and the electoral vote to his Republican foe, the report added.
Pinchot's business-friendly conservationism was supported by the Congress and President Grover Cleveland, who appointed him as first head of national forests.
visiting with President Grover Cleveland and acting as a counselor to Indian Agents in Arizona Territory.
According to "Oregon Historical Quarterly," Waldo and Steel requested that President Grover Cleveland set aside the entire Cascade Range in Oregon as public land under the terms of the so-called Forest Reserve Act of 1891.
When President Grover Cleveland accepted the Statue of Liberty on behalf of the people of the United States at the unveiling ceremony, he said, "We will not forget that liberty here made her home; nor shall her chosen altar be neglected.
And there was President Grover Cleveland accepting this gift from France--Liberty Enlightening the World--on behalf of the United States.
Assembly completed and the statue was opened to the public on October 18, 1886 with a dedication ceremony by President Grover Cleveland.